You have an Azure Storage account that contains two 1-GB data files named File1 and File2. The data files are set to use the archive access tier.
You need to ensure that File1 is accessible immediately when a retrieval request is initiated.
Solution: You move File1 to a new storage account. For File1, you set Access tier to Archive.
Does this meet the goal?
Instead use the hot access tier.
The hot access tier has higher storage costs than cool and archive tiers, but the lowest access costs. Example usage scenarios for the hot access tier include:
Data that's in active use or expected to be accessed (read from and written to) frequently.
Data that's staged for processing and eventual migration to the cool access tier.